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3 WORKSTUDY JOBS, Engl. Det. Office
work, $6/hr., Call Monica, 764-633.
A.M. SNOWPLOW SERVICE $11 per
hour to start. Snowplowing & snow shovel-
in$ positions. Great 2nd job. Most work done
midnight-10 a.m. Bonus if own vehicle used.
973 -093.
ACT NOW. Work for environmental justice.
Canvass for Greenpeace. Call Chuck at 761-
1996.
ADVISING ASSISTANT. 8-10 hrs./wk.;
work study funding preferred. Contact Donna
Gray, Career Plannmg & Placement, 3200
SAB; telephone: 763-1363.
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS! Over $5
Billion in private sector grants & scholarships
=is now available. All students are eligible
regardless of grades, income, or parent's
income. Let us help. For more information
call: 1-800-959-1605 ext. F55982.
CASHIER AND
STOCK POSITIONS
ARBOR DRUGS, southeastern Michigan's
iumber one drug store chain, currently has
outstanding full and part-time opportunities
available for mature, dependable Cashiers
8nd Stock personnel.
We offer flexible hours, an employee
discount, a clean, pleasant atmosphere and
health insurance for all full-time employees.
Cashier applicants must be at least 18 years
of age.
Apply directly at the locations below during
normal business hours:
Arbor Drugs #3
561 E. Michigan Ave.
Saline
Arbor Drugs #6
2030 Green Road
Ann Arbor
Arbor Drugs #23
1807 E. Michigan Ave.
Ypsilanti
Arbor Drugs #88
2196 W. Stadium
Ann Arbor
Arbor Drugs #97
2228 S. Main
Ann Arbor
Arbor Drugs #139
1510 Washtenaw
Ypsilanti
Ann Arbor Drugs #165
2151 Washtenaw Ave.
Ypsilanti
Equal Opportunity Employer
CHILD CARE for a wonderful 6th grade
girl. She's fun & interesting. Good salary &
perks. Parents are fun too. 2 Afternoons & 2
evenings per week more possible. Own
transportation preferred. Call 994-4215.
CHILD CARE needed- 10/15 hours per
week and Sat. eve. 3 and 6 years old.
Transportation, references necessary. Live-in
possible if desired. 663-3482.
COLLEGE STUDENTS
and others...
Ean $300-$600 over break, interview now,
start after finals. 2-5 week programs, good
resume experience, scholarship and bonuses
available. Call Mon.-Fri. 10-5 971-6122.
COMPUTER RENAISSANCE needs part-
time help. Must have retail experience and
" know IBM/Mac hardware. Call 994-1030.
ENGINEERING Consulting firm seeks
technical writer/research assistant. Word
processing, writing, editing, library research
skills necessary. Interest in Law & experien-
ce with MAC computers & U of M libraries a
plus. Fax resume to 313/973-0808.
HAVE YOU CRISPED? $10-$13 per hour
possible by good waitstaff at the U-Club.
Mon.-Fri. shifts 10-3:30 p.m., some
flexibility possible. Call Charles or Darla @
763-5789.
HELP WANTED- Part-time or full-time
jobs at Gift of Flight. We sell aviation. Call
995-5249 or 313/475-8723.
HOLIDAY BREAK WORK
Local office of national corporation will be
accepting applications on campus Dec. 7,
Rm. 1209 at the Union btwn. 10 & 3.
Positions include marketing, sales &
customer service. May continue part-time
next term/summer. Unable to attend? Call
971-6122.
MICHIGAN TELEFUND is now hiring for
winter term '95. $6/hr. for talking on the
phone. Fun, friendly environment. Speak
with alumni, raise money, build your resume
& interpersonal communication skills. Stop
by 611 Church St. #304 or call 998-7420 for
more info.
NOTETAKERS. Undergraduate lecture note
takers wanted for Winter semester 1995 at U-

M. Earn money while attending lecture. Must
have high GPA and access to word
processor. Part-time (1 or 2 courses). Must
produce clear, concise, organized word
processed notes. Up to $10 per lecture hour.
Call for application 996-8853.
PART-TIME CLERK in Ann Arbor law
firm. Must have dependable car, mornings
Mon.-Fri. Call Donna Gordon, 761-3780.
PART-TIME SALES POSITION: Great in-
come opportunity's selling laboratory
equipment. Call George at 800/821-6699.
ext. 110. Leave name, phone number, and
best time to contact.
Rh NEGATIVE semen donors are needed
and will be paid $120 per acceptable
imen because of their rare blood type.
4ite APRL, P.O. Box 2674, Ann Arbor, MI
48106.
SALES REPS- Exciting custom screen-prin-
ting co. is offering 2 exceptionally paid posi-
tions that allow you to set your own hours.
Will train. Call today 1-800/343-9895.
SEEKING PhD STUDENTS to live and
teach in the Pilot Program for 95-96 year.
Tuition waiver, salary, room & board. Apply
now. Call the Pilot Program, Alice Lloyd
Hall, 764-7521.
SEMEN DONORS NEEDED for a well es-
tablished infertility clinic. If you are a male
student or professional 20-40 years of age we
need you. Donors will be paid $60 per ac-
ceptable specimens. For further information
nlease write APRL P.O. Box 2674. Ann

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3:30. Must have own trans. 998-0930.
WORK FOR ACADEMIC credit or volun-
teer at U of M's Pound House Children's
Center during winter or spring term. Join
hundreds of past students in a quality ex-
perience in working with young children. Lo-
cated at Hill and E. University. Please call
764-2547 for more information or to arrange
a visit.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
MEDICAL SCHOOL
STUDENT BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
PROGRAMS
1995 Summer Research Opportunities.
General Information Meeting.
For University of Michigan Medical students
and undergraduate students.
Wednesday, December 7, 1994.
5:30-6:30 p.m., South Lecture Hall
3rd Floor Med. Sci. II.
1995 Research Opportunities Directory will
be available at Dec.7 meeting. For more
info: Office of Student Biomedical Research
Programs, 5121C Med. Sci. I. 763-1296.

**** SPRING BREAK '95- Jamaica,
Cancun, Bahamas, Florida. Best deals
around. Book before Dec. 15 and save
money. Call Erik/Todd for more info at 913-
4536.
*** SPRING BREAK- Last year's #1
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Paradise Island, Cancun, Jamaica, and more
starting as low as $299. Free food, drinks,
club passes incl. Call 663-6633 for
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Island, Panama City, Daytona Beach. The
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Call Breakaway Travel & Tours Inc. at 1-
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231 Let's go Michigan!1
AIRLINE TICKET round trip. Detroit-
Miami, Dec. 17th- Apr1 16th or change date.
$200 female 769-4750.
ATTENTION SPRING BREAKERS!
Book now & save. Jamaica $439, Cancun/
Bahamas $399, Panama City/Daytona $99.
Organize groups, eam cash, travel free! 1-
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COZY WINTER HIDEAWAY. Romantic
log cabins. $49-$69 nightly. Includes hot tub,
XC trails, and more. Traverse City area. 616/
276-9502.

1 RM. IN 2 BDRM. fully loaded, close to
campus. No sec. deposit. 995-4272.
1 ROOMMATE NEEDED- nice, quiet
room in 3 bedroom house. Call 913-4783.
APARTMENT TO SHARE. Male- nte.
needed for big S. Univ. 2 bdrm., fum., cable,
VCR, Idry., kitchen. Near Bagel Factory.
Avail. now. $375/mo. 665-0984.
FEMALE ROOMMATES to share con-
temporary 2 bdrm. apts.- own rm. Call 741-
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FEMALE TO SHARE bdmn. in 2 bdrm. car-
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location. Avail. Jan. - Aug. Kim 741-9032.
ROOMMATE WANTED. Female, non-
smoking, cat lover, own bedroom in spacious
2 bedroom apartment. Call 572-7019.

Dave Gendler prepares some wood to use in creating jewelry boxes at the student woodshop yesterday in the
Student Activities Building. Just in time for the holiday gift-giving season?
Sumut ends with hard words
between Eu ropean countries

JENNY JONES SHOW Fri. Dec. 9. Free
Tix, same day ride. $25 1 way. 763-0731.
TIOS SELLS MICHIGAN'S finest
Mexican style food and the world's hottest
sauces. Stop by 333 E. Huron, or call 761-
6650. We Deliver!

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GETAWAY WITH JETAWAY friendly
service! Low fares, Cont. AmEx. coupons.
994-5921. South U. across from Bagel
Factory.
LOW FARES! London from $369, Paris
from $528, Frankfurt from $504. Regency
Travel 209 S. State St. 665-6122.
NEED 2 PHISH tix Dec. 30, M.S.G. Will
pay top $. Call 741-7079.
ORIENT FAIR SALE - Bangkok fr. $1049,
Hong Kong fr. $859, Japan fr. $809, Korea
fr. $780, Singapore fr. $1049. Regency
Travel 665-6122 209 S. State.
SPRING BREAK Reps. wanted now!
Acapulco from $499, Cancun from $399,
Jamaica from $459. Call Dan 665-6122.-
Regency Travel 209 S. State.
SPRING BREAK - CANCUN, JAMAICA,
BRECKENRIDGE. Budget to luxury
packages. Call NOW and beat the rush!
Gregg or Andrew 998-1925.
SPRING BREAK SPECIAL at Stamos
Travel in Kerrytown 663-4400. U-M Desk
663-5500. Contiki & AESU tours special
rate.
STUDENTS ANYWHERE in-the U.S. on
Continental $179 or $239. Bring your Con-
tinental voucher & AMEX card. Martha at
Regency Travel, 209 S. State, 665-6122.
TRAVEL FREE! Spring Break '95! Guaran-
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Bahamas, Florida, Padre. Book early & save
$$$I Organize group & travel free! Sun
Splash Tours 1-800/426-7710.
WANTED 3 TKTS. to U. Penn vs. U-M bas-
ketball game. Top dollar paid! 763-9640.

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Delegates say peace
is moving slower
than expected in
many areas
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) -
Five years ago, it sounded like the
perfect blueprint for a peaceful Eu-
rope: Tear down the Berlin Wall, rip
apart the Iron Curtain and dismantle
the Soviet Union.
Now, it's back to the drawing board.
"The (Cold) War is over. Beware of
thepeace," former Soviet Foreign Min-
ister Eduard Shevardnadze said rue-
fully yesterday at the conclusion of a
52-nation summit that was supposed to
difuse tensions in Europe.
Shevardnadze, now president of
Georgia, a former Soviet republic
wracked by ethnic violence, told the
session that Europeans were "living
through such a frightening peace."
His Czech counterpart, Vaclav
Havel, said, "The birth of a new and
genuinely stable European order is tak-
ing place more slowly and with greater
difficulty and pain than most of us
expected five years ago."
Their comments provided a bitter
ending to the summit of the Confer-
ence on Security and Cooperation in
Europe. Both were prominent in the

upheavals transforming the continent
since the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall.
The summit was intended to
strengthen the CSCE - the only orga-
nization drawing together the United
States, Canada, all European nations
and former Soviet republics.
The goal was to give it enough
muscle so it can try to resolve conflicts
before they develop into full-blown
wars, such as in Bosnia, not far from
this elegant Central European capital.
They also agreed on a series of
measures intended to give the group a
higher profile, including changing its
name to Organization for Security and
Cooperation in Europe.
The underlying strategy, pushed by
the United States and other Western
nations, is to stabilize Europe by bol-
stering its organizations and creating
strong links between its eastern and
western halves.
The NATO military alliance and
the European Union intend to admit
Poland, Hungary and others. Russia,
an unlikely candidate for membership
in either NATO or the EU, would be
drawn closer through special partner-
ships and through the CSCE.
But the animosities displayed by
some countries at the summit under-
scored the conflicts rooted in decades-
old ethnic rivalries and hatreds.

"The very idea of the common Eu-
ropean House is nearly dead and being
consumed by the fires of numerous
conflicts and wars," Shevardnadze said.
Bosnia's president, Alija
Izetbegovic, could not contain his dis-
dain for a world he said had turned a
blind eye to the death of thousands of
his people.
The meeting, intended as a show-
case of East-West harmony, also harked
back to the superpower rivalries of old.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin
railed against the United States for
trying to keep it out of the exclusive
NATO club.
President Clinton tried to offer
soothing words. NATO's expansion,
even if up to Russia's borders, would
mean more security for all, he said.
The logic was lost on Yeltsin. His
government fears diminishing influ-
ence and isolation on the continent's
eastern edge. They also blocked a state-
ment that would have condemned the
aggression of the Serbs, its ally.
That meant there was no mention of
the Yugoslav crisis - the worst con-
flictin Europe since World Waril-in
the summit's final document.
Bosnian delegate Mahir Hadziah-
metovic was so angry that he refused to
go along with a milder statement call-
ing for humanitarian aid for his country.

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Liberty, 665-8001. Instruments, instruments,
books, books, books. Not just guitar.

**IF YOU HAVE an extra prkg. space near
the Business School for fall '95,I might want
to rent it. Randy 995-2792.
ERIC'S SPORTS: Team uniforms and shoes
for all indoor sports. 2 blocks off State Street.
Call 663-6771.
SENIORS! .
You missed Senior Portraits
but yOu can still be in
the yearbook!
Bring in a professional
portrait of yourself!
w,..n

FISH DOCTOR'S - Everything for your
aquarium!l Next to putt-putt golf on
Washtenaw. 434-1030.
GROOM 'N GO pet grooming. Expert dog
and cat grooming. For an appointment call
663-3360.
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,Alumni
work here:
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NBC Sports
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United Press International
Scientific American Time
Newsweek
Sports Illustrated

Only student Cardmembers and their friends can see Hollywood's
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but two complimentary passes for each AFI Preview Night.
It's part of a continuing series of advance screenings presented by
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